I’ll admit that the fight I had with my wife last night was probably my fault. She asked me what was on the TV so I told her—dust.
Oh, sweet comedy—you’re never lost on me. Too bad the same can’t be said of networks like NBC, which Advertising Age reports
are likely packing programming schedules with shows that will appeal to a broader audience rather than those such as “30 Rock” that have a more niche fan base. Will this lead to the further demise—even the death—of the once great TV sitcom (which started in 1947
I pray the new approach to programming doesn’t mean the end of “Parks and Recreation.” While Nick Offerman didn’t address that topic, the actor behind the gruff but loveable “Parks and Rec” character Ron Swanson did speak with Kempt
on matters of his new play, “American Ham,” his hometown, and his interesting grooming regimen.
Speaking of regimens, do you suppose cured meats do anything for the skin? That’s the only imaginable reason why Lady Gaga once again donned what appears to be a dress from a butcher. Well, that and the fact she’s a walking publicity stunt. Have a look here
at the photo she uploaded to Twitter.
Twitter is just one of many ways the Internet is ganging up on poor, defenseless Bristol Palin. The New York Daily News reports
the spawn of Sarah has been blasted with a firestorm of threats after penning a blog post ripping President Obama’s stance on gay marriage. And we care about her two cents why?
Perhaps I’d be more swayed by someone who’s more innovative. Say, someone from Fast Company
’s list of the “100 Most Creative People in Business
Speaking of business, what’s a business without business cards? Those free lunches from the lunches aren’t going to win themselves, after all. And now, thanks to Moo.com, your company can turn its Facebook Timeline into a branded business card
. Even better, it’s free.
Perhaps you might win a free meal at one of the world’s best fast-food chains
, as determined by Travel + Leisure
. Did any millennial favorites
make the list?
It’s hard to imagine a world without fast food, but I’m sure I could do it. I refuse, however, to return to the dark ages and give up my claim to social media. Nonetheless, companies tarnished by marketing martyrs and consumer criticism might feel otherwise, and they’re not alone. Says John Bell, global managing director of Social@Ogilvy
: “I cannot think of a brand that doesn’t live with some type of risk of a crisis erupting in social and digital media.”
Some moms and dads, meanwhile, are contributing to a real social media crisis: Oversharenting
—posting to Facebook anything and everything about your life and that of your offspring. Then again, what would STFU, Parents
use for material without all of the oversharents?